How to defrost a turkey? Rick and Eric tell you how to do this. Based on the info from the epic how to defrost meat quickly video, the Thanksgiving experts save the holidays. Or at least we think we do.
And we talk about the new news that its OK to eat eggs again. We've been eating eggs anyway. They are healthy. Here the NY Times Well column says so. This moves into how we both have cut down on sugar consumption, and just how much sugar is in processed foods like soda. Rick gives us this article on how sugar may shorten your life.
Thanksgiving emergencies are solved by the experts, or at least solved by the GardenFork crew here.
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Here is the beginning of the show in a transcript:
It's a wet and rainy day here in Margaritaville North.
Today we're going to talk about eggs, Rick 's trip to Florida and some camera camera tips. And We answer some Thanksgiving emergency questions
I read this great article from my the New York Times about Eggs. For those of us of a certain generation, it was most drilled into our heads that eggs were unhealthy, and they would cause heart attacks and now they're finding that you know it's okay to eat eggs, that's great.
And the American Heart Association has looked at clinical studies, they no longer condemn eggs in its guidelines. It recommends people limit themselves to consume a single egg that has two hundred milligrams, as well as a mix of saturated, unsaturated fats, including the monounsaturated kind found in olive oil. Olive oil is good for you, right, and eggs are good for you. I love eggs we keep a dozen eggs boiled a hard-boiled in the refrigerator and I will add them to salads and all kinds of side dishes . From a Doctor who is who is from the Harvard school of Public health, "Eggs are particularly good replacement for less health healthful fare like processed meats and refined carbohydrates. So instead of maybe that processed meat like hams or hot dogs or refined carbohydrates, which is sounds like white bread. The study suggested for most people starting your day with a breakfast of scrambled eggs will have a better impact on your overall cholesterol profile than a bagel or a bowl of sugary cereal.
Do you know that drinking a twenty ounces of Bob regular soda not diet soda, but sugared soda a day will reduce you lifespan by age four to six years. It wouldn't surprise me. It shortens the telomeres I've got a study here. I'll send it to you and put the link in the show notes, telomeres are the part of the reproductive part of cells that determine how long cells live, and it turns out, looks like all of the sugar in the that soda is actually aging the cells. Not that the fake sugar is any better.
We have just about given up all of the other guy sodas and and regular sodas of all that stuff. It's its water, tea, coffee and more coffee. I've been having oatmeal for breakfast. I love bagels and live in bagel Central, of course.
We have eggs for dinner also we have a salad every night, I will throw a poached egg in the salad or a hard boiled eggs. We have several salad recipes and i will put them in the show notes.
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